Aurhor’s Guideline

“Ukrainian Polish Studies” is included in the list of scientific specialized periodicals of Ukraine, which can publish the results of the theses for Doctoral and PhD degrees:
in philology — the Decree of the Ministry of Education and Science No. 1528 of December, 29, 2014;
in philosophy — Decree of the Ministry of Education and Science No 241 of March, 09, 2016;
in pedagogy — Decree of the Ministry of Education and Science No 241 of March, 09, 2016.
The journal is included in Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory, and it is indexed in CiteFactor and Google Scholar.

The journal comprises 3 headings:

1) Philology,

2) Philosophy,

3) Pedagogy.

It is an annual specialized journal in philology, philosophy and pedagogy that is issued at the end of the year.

Articles of Doctors of Sciences, PhDs and graduate students are accepted (articles of Master students are printed only in a co-authorship with their scientific supervisors).

Responsibility for the content rests with the author. The Editorial Board reserves the right to check articles for plagiarism and guarantees the defence of the author’s rights while the article is being reviewed.The process of reviewing guarantees equal opportunities for every author. No other requirements except those mentioned above exist. The Editorial Board adheres to the principle of free access to the materials already published in the journal.

Requirements for Articles:

1. The article should be original and focused on Polish subject-matter. It should be of scientific value in one of the branches the paper is devoted to.

2. The language of the paper is Ukrainian or Polish.

3. Materials are submitted in printed and electronic variants; both of them should be identical.

4. Technical parameters: format A4, all margins — 3 cm, header — 1,27, footer — 2 cm. The pages are numbered at the back (with a pencil).

5. The text of the article should be in MS Word, font — Times New Roman Cyr, 12-point font size, without hyphens within a word. It is allowed to single out symbols (text fragments) with the help of bold types, italics, and underlining. The title of the article should contain only lowercase letters (do not use Caps Lock). Direct “quotes” (not even) should be used. When typing the text, it is essential to distinguish between a hyphen and a dash.

6. Paragraph setting: the first line — 0,5 cm indent, left and right margins— 0 mm, 1-spaced, spacing between paragraphs — 0 mm, full justification.

7. Materials are presented in the following order:

a) the name and the surname of the author / authors (separate paragraph, right aligned);

b) place of work;

c) title of the article (bold type, lowercase letters, separate paragraph without indenting, center aligned);

d) short abstract (5 lines) in the language of the article(italics, center alignment) with keywords (5–7 words) after it (new paragraph);

e) text of the article;

f) list of references;

g) identical abstracts in Polish (Ukrainian) and English with keywords after it (new paragraph);

h) information about the author (name, surname, academic rank, academic degree, place of work, and position);

Please, write your e-mail or contact telephone number.

8. The list of references is given in the alphabetical order. In the text of the article links are indicated in square brackets, e.g. [4], [6, p. 35].Several sources are separated with a semicolon [6; 10; 8]. The list begins with the subtitle “Список використаних джерел та літератури” or “Bibliografia”.